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post #136 of 186
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Then perhaps it isn't really so bad.

I commend the attempt but this was a fail even before the attempt.

That tie is piano-tie league.
post #137 of 186
Dunning Kruger Google
post #138 of 186
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Dunning Kruger Google

See also: Pre/Trans-fallacy

HAW HAW HAW!
post #139 of 186
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Can the fact that the picture is washed out and focused on the accessories have anything to do with your assertion? For instance this is in your face:
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then you get to see what the world saw IRL:
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Then perhaps it isn't really so bad.

 

Castro rainbow flag tie for LGBT parades?

post #140 of 186
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Can the fact that the picture is washed out and focused on the accessories have anything to do with your assertion? For instance this is in your face:

then you get to see what the world saw IRL:

Then perhaps it isn't really so bad.

The tie is truly FU
post #141 of 186
over analyzing something I am obsessed with makes me happy bounce2.gif
post #142 of 186
That tie . . . So bad. Not in an FU kind of way, but in a "I have the worst tie in this city, and no one can take that from me."
post #143 of 186
The combination of shirt and suit are good together, here s my assessment, fr what it is worth, of the remainder.

-shoes, they're nice but a slightly darker color or black would be better suited to wear with charcoal.

- tie, I'm not a fan of stripe on stripe, so I think a striped shirt begs for a Pin dot, or neat pattern. I'd shy from paisley with that shirt as well.

- pocket square, I dislike patterned squares so I would wear white linen. If a patterned square were nessecary I would attempt to find something that compliments the suit without directly pointing to the shirt and tie, but avoid contending with them. In this case, I would chose something dark, maybe even a dark paisley.

That being said, as mentioned in this thread, in MC is striving for western bourgeois excellent.
post #144 of 186
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

Moo was absolutely destroyed for this. If you don't think it's an absolute aesthetic abortion, you might be stuck where he was then. He is very, very much improved now.

I agree Moo has been looking good. But then again he has mostly been posting above the waist shots, so we really don't know.
post #145 of 186
4000+ posts and still find this "not so bad"?


post #146 of 186
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Originally Posted by Elegantly Wasted View Post

4000+ posts and still find this "not so bad"?

I am going to repost this since it is appropriate and, really, the best post in this thread.
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Dunning Kruger Google
post #147 of 186
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I am going to repost this since it is appropriate and, really, the best post in this thread.



What one man thinks looks bad another may not. Such is the spice of life.
post #148 of 186
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What one man thinks looks bad another may not. Such is the spice of life.

Quoted for posterity. We need to remember how easy it is so say absolutely nothing in the English language.
post #149 of 186
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Boom.

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